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LENOVO L27i-28 Full HD 27" IPS Freesync 75hz LED Monitor £119.99 delivered at Lenovo (£99.99 with code for students)
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LENOVO L27i-28 Full HD 27" IPS Freesync 75hz LED Monitor £119.99 delivered at Lenovo (£99.99 with code for students)

£119.99£1297%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 19th Feb

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Good price for this nice, slim design, large IPS screen monitor.

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I have 2 of the USB C hub version of this (same panel I believe) and can’t fault them for the price and size! The black levels could be a little better for occasional gaming but that’s a known thing with IPS and you wouldn’t be buying a monitor this price for gaming anyway
If it has optical out (can't see that on the mobile version of the site) then this could indeed be a nice two in 1 for a student or person with limited space as could link to a sound bar etc as well
I'm not really a monitor expert and was wondering if anyone knows the differences (apart from the obvious e.g. Response times, less bezel etc) between this and the BenQ Monitor listed. Are they leagues apart or very similar? Reviews show they are both quite good.
Edited by: "abubakr93" 19th Feb
Biggest difference is going to be the TN vs IPS. TN is generally better for blacks and colours but you need to be straight on, IPS has much wider viewing angles so if your off centre or someone viewing alongside etc then IPS is better. 6 of 1 half a dozen of the other, I always go IPS personally as I do some bits standing and some sitting and I don’t need to readjust the monitor
abubakr9319/02/2020 12:31

I'm not really a monitor expert and was wondering if anyone knows the …I'm not really a monitor expert and was wondering if anyone knows the differences (apart from the obvious e.g. Response times, less bezel etc) between this and the BenQ Monitor listed. Are they leagues apart or very similar? Reviews show they are both quite good.

0m4d19/02/2020 13:20

Biggest difference is going to be the TN vs IPS. TN is generally better …Biggest difference is going to be the TN vs IPS. TN is generally better for blacks and colours but you need to be straight on, IPS has much wider viewing angles so if your off centre or someone viewing alongside etc then IPS is better. 6 of 1 half a dozen of the other, I always go IPS personally as I do some bits standing and some sitting and I don’t need to readjust the monitor


Thanks for this, helpful information.
Can this be VESA mounted as can't see this information anywhere
MZC2419/02/2020 14:54

Can this be VESA mounted as can't see this information anywhere


Yes, 100x100, mounting screw is M4 x 10 mm.
The code isn't working for me? It appears to have expired.
Me neither. Can't find monitor when logged in with student beans so might have to go with the Phiillips amazon one. Shame as I try to avoid amazon and this monitor looks nicer too.
Hi, Link doesn'tr work
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